Slave ‎– Just A Touch Of Love

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Cotillion ‎– SD 5217
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A1 Just A Touch Of Love
Producer [Associate] – SlaveProducer, Mixed By, Recorded By – Jimmy DouglassWritten-By – Danny Webster, Mark Adams, Mark Hicks, Raye Turner, Starlena Young*, Steve Arrington
6:24
A2 Are You Ready For Love?
Producer [Associate] – SlaveProducer, Mixed By, Recorded By – Jimmy DouglassWritten-By – Curt Jones, Danny Webster, Floyd Miller, Mark Adams, Mark Hicks, Raye Turner, Starlena Young*, Steve Arrington
5:58
A3 Funky Lady (Foxy Lady)
Arranged By – Steve ArringtonArranged By, Producer [Associate] – SlaveProducer, Arranged By, Mixed By, Recorded By – Jimmy DouglassWritten-By – James R. Wilson
4:33
B1 Roots
Engineer [Assistant] – Charles Carter, Cliff Hodson*, Julian Robertson, Michael O'Reilly, Randy Mason, Sam Lewin, Tom LockettEngineer [Assistant], Written-By – Raye TurnerEngineer [Remix] – Jimmy DouglassMastered By – Dennis KingMixed By, Recorded By – Joe Entile*, Wayne TarnowskiProducer – SlaveProducer, Mixed By, Recorded By, Written-By – Steve Washington*Recorded By – Charlie Conrad, Jeffrey M. Kawalek, Jim Bonefond*Written-By – Curt Jones, Mark Adams, Starlena Young*, Steve Arrington
5:00
B2 Painted Pictures
Engineer [Assistant] – Cliff Hodson*, Julian Robertson, Michael O'Reilly, Randy Mason, Sam Lewin, Tom LockettEngineer [Assistant], Written-By – Charles Carter, Raye TurnerEngineer [Remix] – Jimmy DouglassMastered By – Dennis KingMixed By, Recorded By – Joe Entile*, Wayne TarnowskiProducer – SlaveProducer, Mixed By, Recorded By, Written-By – Steve Washington*Recorded By – Charlie Conrad, Jeffrey M. Kawalek, Jim Bonefond*
0:26
B3 Thank You
Engineer [Assistant] – Charles Carter, Cliff Hodson*, Julian Robertson, Michael O'Reilly, Randy Mason, Raye Turner, Sam Lewin, Tom LockettEngineer [Remix] – Jimmy DouglassMastered By – Dennis KingMixed By, Recorded By – Joe Entile*, Wayne TarnowskiProducer – SlaveProducer, Mixed By, Recorded By, Written-By – Steve Washington*Recorded By – Charlie Conrad, Jeffrey M. Kawalek, Jim Bonefond*Written-By – Floyd Miller, Kipper Jones, Mark Adams, Steve Arrington
5:35
B4 Shine
Engineer [Assistant] – Charles Carter, Cliff Hodson*, Julian Robertson, Michael O'Reilly, Randy Mason, Sam Lewin, Tom LockettEngineer [Assistant], Written-By – Raye TurnerEngineer [Remix] – Jimmy DouglassMastered By – Dennis KingMixed By, Recorded By – Joe Entile*, Wayne TarnowskiProducer – SlaveProducer, Mixed By, Recorded By, Written-By – Steve Washington*Recorded By – Charlie Conrad, Jeffrey M. Kawalek, Jim Bonefond*Written-By – Curt Jones, Danny Webster, Mark Adams, Mark Hicks, Starlena Young*, Steve Arrington
4:58
B5 Warning
Engineer [Assistant] – Charles Carter, Cliff Hodson*, Julian Robertson, Michael O'Reilly, Randy Mason, Sam Lewin, Tom LockettEngineer [Assistant], Written-By – Raye TurnerEngineer [Remix] – Jimmy DouglassMastered By – Dennis KingMixed By, Recorded By – Joe Entile*, Wayne TarnowskiProducer – SlaveProducer, Mixed By, Recorded By, Written-By – Steve Washington*Recorded By – Charlie Conrad, Jeffrey M. Kawalek, Jim Bonefond*Written-By – Mark Adams, Starlena Young*, Steve Arrington
3:20

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Side one recorded at Atlantic Studios and Power Station, New York
Side two recorded at House Of Music, West Orange, New Jersey
Remixed and mastered at Atlantic Studios, New York, N.Y.

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  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Label): ST-CTN-794383-SP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Label): ST-CTN-794384-SP

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SD 5217 Slave Just A Touch Of Love(LP, Album, Mon) Cotillion SD 5217 US 1979 Sell This Version
GET-52706 Slave Just A Touch Of Love(CD, Album, RE) Get On Down GET-52706 US 2010 Sell This Version
SD 5217 Slave Just A Touch Of Love(LP, Album, RE) Cotillion SD 5217 US Unknown Sell This Version
K 50684 Slave Just A Touch Of Love(LP, Album) Atlantic K 50684 UK 1979 Sell This Version

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phwalsh

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May 9, 2010
Slave at the height of their career a must have for any funk fan. There simply isn't a weak track on the album, a development on the concept. How this isn't a recognised classic album mystifies me. Warning is the least of the cuts but it is still worth a listen.